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34 militants killed in Afghan operations

IANS  |  Kabul 

At least 34 militants were killed and 12 injured in a series of operations in Kandahar, Helmand and Uruzgan provinces over the past 24 hours, a military statement said on Wednesday.

The army on Tuesday launched new operations codenamed "Attal", which means hero, which would last until the militants are swept out from the region, Xinhua news agency reported citing the statement.

Taliban militants, who have intensified their activities and are fighting the government forces in the region, have not commented.

--IANS

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34 militants killed in Afghan operations

At least 34 militants were killed and 12 injured in a series of operations in Kandahar, Helmand and Uruzgan provinces over the past 24 hours, a military statement said on Wednesday.

At least 34 militants were killed and 12 injured in a series of operations in Kandahar, Helmand and Uruzgan provinces over the past 24 hours, a military statement said on Wednesday.

The army on Tuesday launched new operations codenamed "Attal", which means hero, which would last until the militants are swept out from the region, Xinhua news agency reported citing the statement.

Taliban militants, who have intensified their activities and are fighting the government forces in the region, have not commented.

--IANS

py/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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34 militants killed in Afghan operations

At least 34 militants were killed and 12 injured in a series of operations in Kandahar, Helmand and Uruzgan provinces over the past 24 hours, a military statement said on Wednesday.

The army on Tuesday launched new operations codenamed "Attal", which means hero, which would last until the militants are swept out from the region, Xinhua news agency reported citing the statement.

Taliban militants, who have intensified their activities and are fighting the government forces in the region, have not commented.

--IANS

py/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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